So... I take it Alex you are a John Green fan? :P
Well it sure didn't take long for someone to notice ;)
I said "right enough" to this. Is that wrong?
so did I and it was rejected
I didnt say it as I had it in a multiple choice first and knew to expect the answer to be "okay", but the translation says 'right" "enough" and that in itself has the same meaning. I think it ought be accepted
thanks so do I
Right Enought doesn't really make sense as a question - at least is wouldn't be used as such in English.
I have this in my dialect of irish English, e.g. if someone makes a statement I might be like "right enough?" to mean "is that so?" but i understand it is very nonstandard English
Doesn't 'ceart go loir" LITTERALLY mean right enough? Is this just a trendy language thing?
Which do you think is trendy, "okay" or ceart go leor?
They're both a bit long in the tooth for either of them to be considered "trendy".
I gave "Right? Right", but this was marked incorrect.
my answer, right enough x 2----rejected. I use it every day!!